We built saw horses out of 2x6's using an I beam construction technique, 3 lengths as wide as the cockpit
in the shape of an I, then attach the legs so they are automatically at the correct angle. PlanS are on web. Same thing with the foredeck. Laid the main, mizzen and booms on top and lashed the whole structure to the deck. Lake Oneida was the worst but nothing moved. Powerboat wakes were the worst. We bought a screen
room from Walmart to lay over the cockpit
for bugs and separated the masts slightly for structure. The foredeck sawhorse also formed a great perch up on the foredeck. We got the wood
for free from the marina where we stepped. Costs ran 600 for two masts to lay down and 250 to re step in NY. We paid for nightly stays in Tonawanda and In Albany. The rest was free. Be warned to stay out of Winterhaven Maria in Brewerton, ny.
for us was 75 and worth it. One a$$h013 lock tender
at lock 10 or 11 gives everybody a hard time but the rest were really gracious.